Southeast Asia's online lynch mobs


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3 thoughts on “Southeast Asia's online lynch mobs

  1. You didn't mention what imo is the worst case of online lynch mob yet, the facebook page about the young girl who briefly appeared on the red shirt stage, complete with screen shots of lese majeste status updates and death threats

  2. And some people say cyberwar is Sci-Fi.

    No. These are the first signs of real cyberwar, were Anons can take on large organizations, vigilantes get prime-time news attention and social networking platforms influence politics.

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